Hungry for More?
Put down the bowl slowly and step away from last night’s leftovers. Wouldn’t you rather treat yourself (better yet, a top client you’ve been wooing) to a yummy meal on the town? And we know just where you should go. Last week, top businesswomen in major cities across the country told us where they take A-list clients. Here are five more.
Las Vegas: Palm Restaurant
Located in the Forum Shops at Caesar’s, it boasts “a business lunch prix-fixe menu, and a hustle-and-bustle atmosphere,” says Robin Jay, author of The Art of the Business Lunch. She also recommends Mon Ami Gabi, an outdoor bistro overlooking the Bellagio fountains.
Los Angeles: Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel
In the town to see and be seen, shoe designer Taryn Rose recommends this hot spot. “There’s nothing like a Leonardo DiCaprio sighting to make a lunch meeting memorable,” she tells PINK. “My client is still talking about it.”
Washington, D.C.: B. Smith’s Restaurant
Paula Atallah, manager of Initiatives at Women in Cable Telecommunications, loves the eclectic menu (Cajun, Creole and Southern cuisine). “Plus, it’s centrally-located in the historical Union Station, which has that pivotal parking.”
Ash Hans, director of global customer operations at Expedia, frequents this restaurant and raw bar’s two locations. She raves about the variety of dining choices – from the main room to private dining areas to the bar for casual lunches and work happy-hour functions.
“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.”
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